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This is a guest post by Jan Van de Poel, Policy officer with Eurodad member 11.11.11 On Wednesday last week (6 May) all major parties represented in the Belgian federal parliament signed a proposal ...
MEPs to discuss new UN proposals for solving debt crises faster, better and more fairlyUN experts will present solutions to sovereign debt crises that could bring an end to the misery they cause Monday ...
On May 7 Eurodad and campaigners from all over the world held a demonstration at the Embassy of Luxembourg in Denmark against corporate secrecy and prosecutions of whistleblowers. In solidarity with the ...
The prevention of debt crises and the way these crises are managed have a tendency to fail due to the lack of adequate institutions. While Europe is still struggling to solve the old debt crises, ...
First published in The Guardian gu.com/p/47k6g/stw. No one said the fight for a better global financial system would be easy. Last week’s negotiations in the UN’s financing for development (FfD) ...
This blog was first published in Dutch on Vice Versa Magazine How can investments in and for the private sector contribute to development cooperation? This is more or less the key question on the agenda ...
It appears that IMF governance reform is heading towards a near certain crisis. 2015 should mark the completion of the Fifteenth review of IMF quotas, which affect the voting share of IMF members. However, ...